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   Courier (Newspaper) - March 10, 1806, London, Middlesex                                THIS PRESENT EVENING'- rhCTr:MaJcitles' ! Tlie _ . lohnstonp; .     .     ., Mrs: Mounwib, M/Si Blandi snd; Siwoi? SjoraJn;;    t   . To whicli willbe added n ijcuvl' Purer, in 2 AtS*. cijl 'ied The WtATllEftCOCK.    : 'f' �i To-roorrow;.K ,   .    . 11 TJipfr^|o^'-.s,llft^isp^kc HE.�l�HE,'1^)� AL-CO VLNT-C AR PEN. jT^Hi'S^'EDNESDAY  next,  March  12^ will V-f bo pofTormed tlte First Aa of ' t  '     '      .    THE CREATION. >Yi*t*c-Air 'Otfwil^lify peiwV'by M'S.'DIC^0NJ3.' , . toHiposKd bv Joseph Havdn, M 0, Oxon.      > 1 ,-,        1 wo Grand ^rIi?cellaneous Acls. ; fattir.-CelebratedDrrRC lor Lotd Nel^imi,(as'ptrformsd jit Uie Hath Goiictrts vviih the greatest applause) +coinpos>d' by Rauzzmi. Air, Mrs..Ulan;',-! Nomorevv;th unavailing;;' J>ach.   Kecit. Mr. Doyfe;" r'feef, t leet/Air", ' Ann, arm ye*Mvei' CfKHjis/5;We comci'-JudasMac.   Keen. PAKT 1 n.-dvert^relnd March in Scipto. Song, Mrs. raBHdl�,"�Vyifti*^*lK>' I tfsjcei'-SordrHon.. R�cit. bignora Storace, 'Yesacred Priests;'       Sonjf, 'Farewell ye liin- |)id;'-^ephtaj. Rec.it.>iMr Brahaiti, ' My arms;' >ngi  S6urt�f an alrfrhi;' Chbius, * VVe heir;-'-JiidisMic. Hymtt Of Eve, MIs.jKfeiMk'riovV cheerful ;'--'Ur.- Arnf?;.' Recite jSisnoraStor^ceii'V'piit bright Cecilia .'-Air, 'As ifoin the power; "and Grand Chords, 'TlwiieMl ahttltlivs -l')ryWS'One. /       �  , ' -. ^nd ;part' 11* -Bacli's t^.MS.) Contertartte for violin, obqe^^vbla^ and ,vi .�� v Principal Vocul Perforniers-Sigiiora STQR A C E, Mrs. SAL!yKjK^t(!fJfs,,.l*UANDs and Mrs. T>1 CK.ONS, Mr BRAH^K.. Mr',4lBHDNS, Mt. PVN�,-Mr. SM1TH, %^i^^iail^.3'iK�,^^^^ Organ, Mr, J. T EASEHOED i�REMtSTSS iri a prime Mtii?tion,-� JMiear;Clifeapsftl^-'�d.h? niSPOSlil)' OF. .Lnquire of Mrtsrs. Uiji'twHand Veiuwrt C>rh.hill.. ' . VfrO YClUNCi lAtJiKS win be rcceivwl as * PaRI,'lUK, 60AUilfiRS in a Scminarv of Rteat re-speitaSility, wrhieh will acluiit 'mt d select and liiniteM H\im-ber of .Pu(Jil5. Pot y U.I 11);, Indies ilcsiious of .ulrling. to their a'tHinptehisj'tlie situation v/ilV'be foi'r.d niosr liesirabire, as tliey will have it in tl^eVr povt-er to join in any tsvonrite pur-s'uiisi arid in�y Ijair? Ihe a ;ei ct/etmuent Masters. Thi' Vreiicli and Italian l.ar.gjiagSs jtre >;ener;;lly Mnght in t'lC (a-, mily. The pl.in esiahjisha'd in the' l^oiise'is calculst^l tq tlliifc domestic with Sofcial advanlaKt." i ll'.e'sltu:iti"n is sui-roumled by several s vind mmlcinp. Tlje adilre-s 10 be had at Messrs.Tabartand Co.-S Juvenile Library, Nii.. 157, New Bond-streef, . ,      � . -   - s.       .. �'           LONGtrUDli AT..SI1 A.   � ^-Jl � EafiiiilkaWu^hteh-weiie^^ 'ere ei^,"';pflec"-7.3o gui^ 'tor theexceHencfr^f tWteTia><|<. s 27th of Beuember 1-he ratesol goniy; on the jbovctrals may,be seen any Wcdiipsd+y, i'hur.iday, or Sa- � .No..iTg,'Holhoril. . >i ^ . J IClll PLD CArHEDK'VL. ^-1X7"ANTED aTBNOR. VOICE.-The income �' VV of liie Office is upwards of 70I. a year, exclusive otan official House.   Testimonfafs ol Moral Chararter will b^ eipe.aedfioin the Minister of ihe Parish in Which tlie Candidate,last resided. .Letters, post paid, addressed Jo M.'.   Browir, organist, Lichti^ (V, will he d.tily attended to.  34\h+'eSruaty', i8j6. -PRlZE-KKy.ViiY CUR TO THE ISLAN'I) OF ST. - HHI.KNa. N'OliCE iA hereby given^to the OFFICERS rtnd . PRIV-^U'ES whoweredpinK duty at St. Helena in J.uly, I7v)8,',wl;en the J^ensberj;, Danish liast India .Ship, was brought in there, ihJt a Dlitiibution of I'rize-mor.ey ior ihc saiii^-vviir he piiid next I'rida;', Hnd every i'riday atter, at tio. 3, Bivhopsgate Churcli-yard, between tlevcn"'Cl>>tic � and Two. ,      v \/fODERN- DANCING iVl Mr. ALLEN, at N the^Th^aj/ical Orchestra wilLit future b , Dibbrs to be opetied at si)i aiitj btgiri'at Tit J*; 6tf. Gill. i^s. U Jpr;r CalMSr   � i malice (with thelmorttr.dlure.of E^Macl the Theatre Only, price 6d. be added.to it. sisyeri ' KoxVs 6s. J per Call isrIV&ks of the' Perlor mprt;r.dture,of E, Macleish) to; be hai in privately taught by , at N... 10, Sherrurd-street, Giildcn-i.lUare, ;ind Ko. t-, Ureat Ali.-street, G'.odnT:in',s fieUls, on (j^aiii expressly frrnied 4 Y - 1U5 ^ G'GROSVENOR most respect.fuljy. begs leave  to acquaint the Nal>iiity and Gentry tliat he iidsniuc. incteasedhis stock of elegai.f and -.Turioiis I'OYsi, i{C.'.'.c. and that h.-; has tiow'bn sale the best C-ollctli^n i'n'this Kingdom.-Great VaiiBty of Books^ CJames, 'Ovds, ,i)issctU 'hs,, &c. calculated most admirably ibr.ithe information .indin-ttruftion of Children, while to t hena it Vlppears a'merc amn^^-inent, wbicTn haseiJer'beeii allnwedti'.e best mode of ccmv.^y-inginstrutlibn to;juvenile minds.-Toy Housed Furhishsd jn the most complete >tyle.-Dol.s of all sorts dressed in a man-, jierpeculiatly neat an-.l elegant.-rA larj;e assortment of Wiit;. iiigand Work Bdxes,'lea ' nJdie.s Desk-, Fahit Boxes, &c. beautifully inlaidaiulyarnished.-Toothpick Cases, Smelling Bottles, ^nufF Boxes and Pocket Rooks, mounted in (Jold and Silver; Taney A r'iclcsflf all-kinds, of t.hen;west Fashr ions.-GenuUie English and l?oreigh-J?erfuiiieryi; ol th,5 very bPitquaUties;'      , ��        - . ; .. : D.-^NCING. ." MR. MACKENZIE; is obliged to take this method of acquainting tlie NubjJity and CJ^niry, and hi!! Friends irvgent^al, that a iha'llsious report has. been'circulated by his iremics that he had' kft. LrinJi)n,^whtch might, haye been the means of injuring hl.�� materially in his proies-' siqn! ke assures hfe fritivtls he !ias 'no intentitni of leaving London, therefore He .'continues to TKACHevery styleof DANGiNjf; as u,suaL,.':_rie,Can assert, with cocfidenCf, that he. i,s the otih- nun that bpjight the Scotcli and Irish Dancing to any feilioiv in f'his codntry j' he' l|as 'hi'.hetto Tefuscd to'teach t!ve Scotch .atul Irish !.>ancirtg at any Schod or.private Fau:tJ:y-,wheriitheje \�as another iMrSSter,; but.a^.it ^jneing ; ti.'is :nicvt� is wftiliiknowivatriongtlie iNobility-ahd Ce.itty, but iiotid,inuof\iB.sch(K>l8. : ,  , , S   � CEyERAL,.'Nii;"^.mrtmioNs'm Exqei. *J lenf11mprpyHhe\)ts'ih- tli^''Article of'CabiiWf^'itid'UpJ at jhq;%!&iB�l AjOijt^,;,j;y,T-|-E:R'S .M.^mfailory, Nos! 13 and J4, C�t-   ' ----------�    "    �           ��   litdstladi,-:' ^J'ft'fnati^anl^lSi^^o^^ urtamai I i, "i�l'!^;!22" ^""^^''^^^^^ ^The Patent Betls.teads' ' ?''-'nj2fM�'.�i(e-*nlrstiair(*�oy^ mmm,, ^Wt^i&ini�iitttteawS c'jmiiieted'., .    .    .. - .      ... : Yeung Ladies and Gentlemen.,also under f6urt-en,,nJi re- la;i part'i'-: liularly interests -Pdreiiits .and Gu,irdians bfyoiiih wanting geiiteei attliyi\ ar.d addtcjs, hut e'hic4ted at a'glioOls, h,iviMg tvp fexv"d  3anies,Farrer,'Esq. or Ja'mes "^Farrer Steadi'iiani 'Esq^, Breadritreet-hill, L "t yfcfhieti afle^Tivelve VCi'oeft nn tire irrfrc- TRANSPORT Or KJCE, 8th M.rth, 1806. * *~r^HE Cammtssioriers for.Co'idtiSiwg Ha Ivlajesty^s X Ti-iDispnil i)erv:ce, Jio taki'igc.irc pj uck, and WounUe.l Sea-ven, ic-.;. dr, hi-tb-, gi,-e ttmice, ihiit they tvUl he ready :it thi ahleperii>ni,^r':>gi!il'i)i; to htcwic o;iin I ii.'ith, thrpeisontinderin'^\ rit't'ie iUm^ufl''hie llSiiidi'eJ.'P,utfnh, fo' ihe Further particular! iitax bcknoxun iy applfhi((at- thij t-ffirc,- Nl'^D   iJE.Gl-MLU. � '' � � "^^ This.: .T. i^jpublisiiiiil,'by M'.-Peltier.    .W,:t.wc.k-street, ALPNQNSlNEj   ou la Tenarcsse .Mateinelie, �%.    Par M.^liv. DF.; Gi'N LIS.-. . \ Thr;e voj'uines.in i.iii-vo.. piire i�s. To be h.id pyblislicd by tbe'saui'J_;;--.;V3aUiihJe,:6 VoU.'ljy Mad. Ci^ttin.   Soiiyei.it''i: du "'toiiits-de . Caylus. a Vol's," CEuvre.'i posthum'es de Marmorste'l, J5 Vols..  :' i ' tn the-pre'i.s,Maiiii.ne dt .Vla'riu'en'>ii, by        de penlis^.'' aOTHlC^ARGHlKECTUllE.'        ]-:.^,': Tills D.iy was pjihil)M^sd,handsom-ly printed on Royal' ,Octavo, price Jis. in bo-Jr.i cstv aj-p-..-ifi?,;, hc:was liailej wrtiithe luUii and c cartul ac!.b;n;aio.i'5 . of'ai) immcuierjro'.vd of s; ccla.'Ois, whuwere iinoa-fient to behold th'.> Conq:jer.)r (.f _ Austerlirz.   Fiia ma}'gs.Ty-was mounted on a win re scsed, &vfp-:rhly oajwri.spned, and ro;k atcng the line of tioopi re. .ceptljjJaryxfjd at-Paris.^.        -Em^'�b0 the E.vipsror.   A splendid bill was given in thee\:tning by the Mi-ni.5ter of tho I'^ench Marine, which  the EsiPaEsi honoujed. with her-presgnce. CAl'TURE OF THE KINGDOM OF NAPLES. The pijbiic curiosity w;:s.soon diverted from these (ibjecls to others of more iraportaitce. In the even, itig his Cyl.Aj EsTY went to the Theatre Francois.* to see tlte pciforinance ot' AiJyaliJ.: in thc^ midst of the . first adt his iVl a jesty: received dispatches from Itajy, and immediattly as the att iinished one of the per-forniersca'rie forward, Uy orde? of liis Majestt, and announced to the au.iience that the French Armj hnSentfrtd Naple: ; ihiU they occnphd all the fas:-rie'sffs of tldt city, and like'-jjiie the chief jortresiss of tin Ungdom -jcuui that thy Neapilitun army were prisoners of ivar. .:    ; This communication was received with a hiirst of enthusiastic appiaiise. The important news of these fresh successes of the Imperial army, which in so short a time had possessed themselves of the capital, and of ail the buKvarks of the Kingdoi;! of Naples, was circulated widely, and rapidly, and the particula/s arrived on the 2j;th. It was enough tor .he fr^nch army to present- themselves and open tfie attack, for the whole C uniry submisfiiyelr to bow to its ricw destiny.-This destiny will aubjei'l it to one of ihe branches of ttie Jinperiql fimily, who is to replace' fliC present dynasry, in the government of the f.vo Sicilies. Sheet .Sea View ^.LEANINGS in AFRK 0; roiiinluif!; _ , exhibiting a faithful and correct Vi;v/ of the Mariners ai\d�. ustuin the Inhabitants of the C;i(ie of'Gond Hop:-and sufroiiiii.! C:>umrj . AVitii ii full imii CO npreiieiisive. .-'Vcconnt of tl;;; Sys'.ein of Agriculture adppred iiy ^h* Colpni.st-s ; Soil,, Climate, Nattral Proiluciti'jn.s, &c. &c! iic, Iat'-"r'..'!ers(.'i'. >vu'','. t)r)serv;nion3 and Rehtitions oi> ti.e .-ir.-ite of .SJavi-ry in tlie SoiUhern Extiertiity ol th^Atric.in Continenr. In a 'icries of L^itters ' Vrotn,:ni En>;lish O-tc/r d'.iii'.v^. t!".e PtriiMl i.i w'hith that Coloiiy wasunde.-the'Protcci:i?n of ti:e li.itiah Goverhrneiit',   � - Printeii for James Cufidee,; at th^.Mb'On Press, in IVy-)ane, Patcrm ler r-.w, U'liiion, and ,>id by airilu.^k;.lier.:. Pantile Secoiid, of Cf by John � Hoi born} \ ^�tf^tl tlhj q.uaift| "      mi iMiis day is iMibli'.iied, .     -------^v^., ACATALOGUE of BOOKS, on Sai White, Horaire's Head, l-k-et-street.   Whete uidy t>-j t'adi the First Part, lately pulilishetl.   1 hcsetwo i .'.r;s include the follbwiitg hciws: - i Bonks of'.Prints, &c. &(_ *. Audtores.Clas ici, &c.  3. Books of Natural Histoiy, iit:. .4.. Antiqiiiiares Historici, &c. I he Third.Part will a;jpear at this ;month, and the sub->eqneiit Parts Montlily, till tha'itv.Uole is completed. . ,  Thisday is puidished, in odavo, p."ice ^s, in boa'ds, THE LAWS of GAMING, WAGKRS, HORSE RACING j and GAMIMG HOUSES. Bv JOHN DISNEY. Of the Inner Temple, Esqi, barrister at Law. Loud h : Printed,for J.-Butjpt^yorth, 1 leet-stre t. Thisrlay are publislied, eleg,rntli; .prli.tedby Benslev, in two vo s, royal gvo.^embdlRKid ^'irh'two' Views of Verdun price thle Guinea, riribo^rdsjv ..-1.        ii'     ' PARI.s, F-u. z6. ing/ T\\e. Mo'titeitr     yesterday c:>nt;iini t;,e t"'>liJ>v article re^peciinii this matter;" Prince joseph Napvu.eon writes to h'> .:'.h3i .the "Lumphugr, from t!ie head.q^i'.rters ar C. -ja, (he 14th Feb. acquaintii'^^ him chac iiis ord-,T:t were tui-fiI'lc;l^: ihat ut: h.id di.'idcdhis army int.i three corp-,: liiai he marched wich the centre, of n'liijh he gavi the imntcdiate com n.-md to � M irslwl .VI.^sse.va , by .->iin.;rerm.inj .ind Cdpua': that die righr, cbinmanJcd by Gincral KEG>fif.a, marcilcd by Tcrracino .and Gaetos and that tht: le;r, conposedaMralian tro,;p Si AN-   FRONTIERS, J.^V. 10. According to rs^^ort, a Rcissi; Jinm,es*s ei;oiid , igi-'tii�>^'.PiSe,-is PETERSBURGH,   FSS. On the 3d, the Gv.m^.d Duke CoNirx.vN rived here from Ber^'ln. On iniel ccivcd heie, that several Russian jnvrcli'aiif.-n :ii h.^d been stopped jn ih: French, ports, and the crews escorted to the interi;;r of the country, otlicihl iiUim'a. lion was given to .VI. i esse Ps, the T'rcn.h Consul-residing here, that since this measure \vas;notoru)Ui-ly r-'pi'griant to the c^-;:nKircial treaty existing he-t�-een Russia and France, there would be a necessity : of adopting a similar measure with rosped to the property of Freiichmen in thi'j country. The Consul ii h.is di.spatched a courier to Paris on the stibjec^^   . ' venice,  FKB. 6A A Proclamation was l.itely issued here, bi)^ which' those who have in their possession "inerchan 'jio ^ bi is of exchange, ti^onies, icc^ beiongirig t;iilkr t o tlic Gov^cViimenis of Russia, Knglandy ahd"Napic.sV or tii the subjects of tliqse countries,' are rei^uiVcd Va delivec in a'li?t thereof'to th^ Mfn^ycV of ^WPiiri liJ -1 i-.-U iff 'de.iVOtfrs. arc n  0ltr wot Vitlt 'Eliglanfid, ^ly*h sitol , coinmerct'. . ;,The iiiiubitant?^ 6t'],>'J'irr avaif^-theliwelv^^i .of U'e^ **'Y't'i*^i   

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